Pop Beads for Toddlers Review

Ella, our spirited, vibrant, vivacious 4 year old, loves to play dress up. She loves dresses and purses and shoes and accessories galore! Mainly, she loves making bracelets and necklaces and the like. But the biggest problem has always been her frustration when it’s time to tie the ends of the bracelets/necklaces. She’s always been pretty independent and hates it when she has to stop a project to ask for help. Enter pop beads!

(Disclaimer: this review is not sponsored)

No Strings Attached and Endless Possibilities!

These pop beads are so great! No strings needed. The beads are a bit larger than the usual beads so these could also be a great stepping stone for increasing your toddler’s fine motor skills! And of course, they snap together! So easy! Another great thing is that they also come with rings and bracelets where you can snap some of the beads on and off. The possibilities for a 4 year old are endless.

Ella loved putting bracelets and necklaces together and have already tried to “give” them to her grandma and great-grandpa. She, of course, wanted them back so she could “keep it safe” for them. Ha!


Fair Warning

I would definitely keep this away from toddlers who still love to put things in their mouths because this could definitely be a choking hazard. Isaac, who is 1, loves to play with anything his sister loves to play with so we really had to keep an eye on him when these beads were within his arms reach.

Final Thoughts…

If your toddler loves to accessorize, I would definitely recommend these pop beads. They are super easy to put together and to take a apart. Such a simple and ingenious idea! Wish I thought of it myself! 😉

 

Thanks for reading and have an awesome day!

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